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Papers On British Literature
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George Eliot's Conclusion in 'The Mill on the Floss'
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A 5 page analysis of the conclusion of George Eliot's nineteenth century novel 'The Mill on the Floss.' The writer argues that the conclusion was inevitable based on the importance that Eliot placed throughout the novel on the relationship of Maggie and Tom and due to consideration for contemporary moral standards. No additional sources cited.
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Martyrdom in Shaw, Bolt, and Eliot
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A 7 page paper looking at the issue of martyrdom as it is presented in George Bernard Shaw's 'Saint Joan;' Robert Bolt's 'A Man for All Seasons;' and T.S. Eliot's 'Murder in the Cathedral.' The paper asserts that there are times in life when we must make difficult ethical choices, and sometimes compromise just isn't an option. In those cases, martyrdom becomes the only ethical choice to make. No additional sources.
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Modernism in Eliot and Woolf
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A five page paper showing how T.S. Eliot and Virginia Woolf consciously defined modernism in their critical essays and employed it in their works. Specific works discussed are Woolf’s “The Metaphysical Poet and Modern Fiction” and “The Mark on the Wall,” as well as Eliot’s “Tradition and the Individual Talent” and “The Waste Land.” No additional sources.
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Samuel Beckett's 'Happy Days'
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A 5 page character analysis of Winnie in Samuel Beckett's infamous play entitled 'Happy Days.' The writer feels that she represented the self-transgression of loneliness and the mundane emptiness that life can have. Several quotes from the play are used to support this thesis.
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Samuel Beckett's Views on Women
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A 5 page paper contrasting Beckett's view of women in his novel Murphy, written in 1938, with that presented in his play Endgame, written in 1955. The paper concludes that after his prolonged stay in France, Beckett became detached from his particularly Irish way of looking at women, but was unable to gain the perspective to see them as anything more than symbols reflecting his own alienation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
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